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A Gettysburg Veteran

Armed with the M1842 Springfield muskets and uniformed in distinctive New York shell jackets, the 134th New York Volunteer Infantry was a well-trained and well-equipped regiment when it went to war in 1862. The Hon. George E. Danforth had received authority to recruit the regiment in the counties of Delaware, Schenectady, and Schoharie on July 9, 1862. Organized at Schoharie, the regiment mustered into the service of the United States for three years on September 22 and 23,

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